CELP Bites
One of several shorts highlighting aspects of the Cultural Education Leadership Programme
Fully Formed Films | Showreel
Recent work in a variety of fields - dance, performance, arts, education, tourism
Fully Formed Films | Graphics Reel
Motion graphic design from recent work, including titles, animated maps, on-screen info-graphics, green screen, 3D tracked text and even a bit of stop-motion.
Sanderson | 40 Years Of Dance
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Sanderson Dance & Fitness in Nelson, Lancashire.
NUT | More Than A Score
More Than A Score is a campaign backed by the National Union of Teachers, which calls for a suspension on SATs testing in primary school and an independent review of alternative methods of assessment.
In-Situ | The Garage
Following the project to design and deliver a new space for art in a listed building, part of a large mill redevelopment scheme. In-Situ are working with several partners, including architecture and structural engineering students.
Pendle Fell Race
Highlights of the senior race as the runners reach the summit of Pendle Hill.
Julie And The Whippets Three
Lancashire based ceramicist Julie Miles works on a private commission to create a ceramic sculpture of three whippets. In her studio at Higherford Mill in Barrowford, Julie talks through the process from beginning to end: sketching the design on paper from photographs, carving rough macquettes, and experimenting with glazes. Finally the completed piece emerges from the kiln.
In Brontë Footsteps
Bestselling author of Girl With A Pearl Earring, Tracy Chevalier visits Wycoller Hall and discusses how Charlotte Brontë used it as a setting in her most famous novel. The hall is believed to have been the inspiration for Ferndean Manor in Jane Eyre. Photo: Stephen Garnett
Shapes Of Water, Sounds Of Hope Promo
Promoting a participative community artwork, commissioned by Super Slow Way, produced by Suzanne Lacy and In-Situ, which involved interviewing past workers at Brierfield Mill and local residents about their memories of work and hopes for the future.
All Things Considered | Pram Talks
Pram Talks in as interactive one-on-one audio performance for two parents, devised and produced by All Things Considered Theatre. It takes participants on an audio journey through the experience of pregnancy, delivery and new parenthood.
Walk In Pendle
By the field’s edge, a sunken lane winds through crooked trees. Beyond the rooftops, moors unfold towards the horizon. Over the shallow brook, a narrow bridge shows the wear of countless footfalls. This is a landscape that tells stories.
Pendle Sculpture Trail
The Pendle Sculpture Trail displays permanent pieces by landscape artists, including several alluding to the stories of the Pendle witches, in a small wood on a hillside above Barley.
Pendle Is Cycling Country
With roads and routes to cater for every level, Pendle is Cycling Country. The Landscape of Pendle includes lush, green, rolling countryside, bustling towns and pretty villages – with plenty of heritage thrown in along the way. What better way actively to explore all this than on two wheels?
Tour Of Britain in Pendle
As the Tour of Britain peleton flew through this quiet corner of Lancashire, fans by the roadside and at home around the world were reminded that Pendle truly is cycling country. A fantastic day’s racing and a showcase for Pendle’s spectacular cycling country.
Colne Grand Prix
The Colne Grand Prix is a popular fixture on the British Cycling Elite Circuit Series and is held each year in July. The race follows a circuit of the town centre of Colne.
In Skriker's Footsteps - Teaser
Jackie Harris and Marjan Wouda talk about their storytelling and projection performance piece based on traditional and contemporary tales from the Lancashire landscape.
Coniston Water
Lake, rain, boats, swan, ducks.
Open For Business: Ribble Valley
Shops, restaurants, bars and attractions in the Ribble Valley are open for business again having recovered from the worst ever flooding in December 2015. Part of the nationwide #openforbusiness campaign.
Pulling Bracken
Artist Chris Rainham works on a painting inspired by Eddi Reader's interpretation of the traditional song "Pulling Bracken" (also known as the "Faery's Lament"). Chris explains how his techniques play with edges and surfaces and how the painting reveals its own history.
The Dobbie's Hare
Artist Marjan Wouda creates a clay sculpture of a hare. Marjan builds on an understanding of the hare's skeleton and musculature and applies layers of pre-textured clay to build the form.
Culture Hubs: Young Researchers
What does quality arts and culture provision look like? What does it sound and feel like? Young researchers, supported by Curious Minds, have been looking for the answers to these questions.
FPHS | Tinkology
Parents join students at Falinge Park High School for the inaugural Tinkology event. A compelling learning experience, demanding problem solving in design and technology.
Changemaker School
Film for the Ashoka Foundation about a school which has just been named as one of their Changemaker Schools
Carterhatch
The children at Carterhatch Infant School lead their own learning
Slow Education Research Network
A network of primary schools conduct action research into alternative approaches to learning
St Silas: The Journey Continues
Teachers at a Blackburn primary school talk about their long journey towards open-ended learning
D6 at Matthew Moss High School
A case study film for Slow Education, about a school which runs extra sessions on a Saturday morning
Tour of Britain
Promotional film for Stage Two of the Tour of Britain visiting the Ribble Valley and Pendle
Ride The Light Fantastic
A nighttime cycle ride along the Leeds Liverpool Canal in Pennine Lancashire
The Moonbeams - Coming Home
Music video for The Moonbeams' single "Coming Home" from their album Watching The Wildlife.
Abraham Moss Heritage School
Students at a Manchester school investigate the Tudor origins of their school's founder
Arts Award and Heritage
Advocacy film about completing Arts Award in the context or a local heritage project
Specialist Leader in Cultural Education
A teacher of music aims to encourage more children to learn a classical instrument
Strong Voices: Bespoke Projects
Arts organisations work to devise bespoke projects and activities for young people in disadvantaged situations
Strong Voices: Work Based Learning
Young people at disadvantage are given opportunities to work in arts and cultural organisations
Ashley Primary School
Case Study film about Ashley Primary School for Slow Education
Roger Hampson - A Northern Artist
Roger Hampson is an unsung hero of Northern art.
No Mans Land
Promotional film for a play about the most successful football team you've never heard of
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